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National Super PAC Opens Campaign Office for One MN Politician

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - The 2018 election may be 15 months away, but one national super PAC is already gearing up for midterm elections. The Congressional...

Anti-Semitic Pink Floyd Bassist Goes Full Anti-Trump in Xcel Concert

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Roger Waters, bassist of the legendary British rock group Pink Floyd, saw people leave his concert early, perhaps in part...

MN Principal Sentenced In Child Pornography Case

CHANHASSEN, Minn. - Timothy Dorway, the former principal of Chanhassen High School who pled guilty to possession of child pornography earlier this year, was...
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MNGOP Chair Not Worried About Trump’s Approval Ratings

WASHINGTON, D.C. — New poll numbers are in on President Donald Trump’s job approval rating. The latest poll conducted by Gallup reports Trump’s second-quarter...

Shady Suite Use Revealed at TCF Bank Stadium

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A report released by the Minnesota Legislative Auditor calls for the University of Minnesota to adopt stricter guidelines regarding family...

For-Profit College Gave Out Illegal Student Loans

ST. PAUL, Minn.- A for-profit college came under fire recently from the Minnesota Supreme Court for administering illegal student loans. Globe University and Minnesota School...

Maple Grove Restaurant Owners Face Sex Trafficking Charges in Multiple States

ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. — A Minnesota man has been charged with participating in a nationwide sex trafficking operation Zhaxi Taxing, 41, of St....

MNsure Executive Rewarded With Raise

ST. PAUL, Minn. - The MNsure board of directors has approved a pay hike for the state run health insurance exchange’s CEO. David Montgomery of...

MN Senators Attack GOP Attempt at Health Care Reform

WASHINGTON - As Senate Republicans attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Senate Democrats are desperate to save former President Barack...

Somali man Threatens People with a Knife in Faribault

FARIBAULT, Minn.- Abdinzak Ahmed Farah allegedly threatened people in downtown Faribault with a knife on July 24. According to the Faribault Daily News, Farah was...